General Motors and Honda Electric Car Collaborate. Honda and General Motors announced that they have partnered to produce two new electric vehicles. Under the agreement, 2 new Honda electric vehicles will be produced using GM's Ultium batteries.
While the demand for Tesla's pioneered electric car market is increasing day by day, many car manufacturers are working on their own electric vehicles. General Motors and Honda brands are also two important car brands that want to take their place in the electric car market by producing electric vehicles. For this reason, brands that wanted to produce two new electric vehicles decided to join forces.
Will Make Designs Honda
Honda will undertake the interior and exterior designs of the new electric vehicles, and Honda's driving features will be included in the models. For the Honda electric vehicles produced with this cooperation, the expertise of both companies in the automotive field will be combined.
Production will be undertaken by General Motors
The production of both vehicles will take place at General Motors's facilities in the USA. In addition, GM's advanced driver assistance technology will be used in these two vehicles.
The production of two new electric vehicles will take place at General Motors facilities in the USA. Honda is expected to start selling vehicles in the United States and Canada market in 2024. In addition to collaboration in production, Honda will add GM's OnStar safety service to new electric vehicles to integrate with HondaLink. also HondaIt also plans to use GM's hands-free advanced driver support technology.
About Electric Vehicles
Electric car is the name given to electric powered cars. Electric cars are thought to have a significant impact in the automotive industry in the future. Cars of this type are thought to reduce urban pollution and reduce carbon emissions as well as fuel savings. The degree of reduction of carbon dioxide emission is dependent on electricity generation and a 30% reduction is expected.
An electric car is a car driven by using one or more electric motors, electricity from batteries and other energy storage devices. Electric motors deliver sudden torque, providing strong and balanced acceleration.
Electric cars were very popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, but advances in internal combustion engine technology and cheap production of oil-driven vehicles brought the end of electric vehicles. The energy crises in the 1970s and 1980s sparked a short-term interest in electric cars, but a massive market could not be reached as it is today. Since the mid-2000s, advances in battery and power management technologies, concerns caused by variable oil prices, and the need for greenhouse gas reduction have brought electric cars back on the agenda. Source: Wikipedia